Hannah Hebditch

If I Fall

If I fall will you catch me?
Before I hit the ground
And every hope I’ve got bleeds out
Will you feather life over my limp body?
Breathe happiness into me
Cool down my flaming dreams

It hurts to burn
But it hurts even more
When you’re falling

If I fall will you save me?
Before my tears surround
In them I drown
Will you pull away my dying worries?
Stab them blind, no longer able to see
No longer allow them to damage me, they’ve already blinded me

It’s lonely,
Locked away from the world
But it’s lonelier
When you’re the only one falling…

Submitted: Saturday, March 30, 2013
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